|Noël de Pierrot : mimodrame en trois actes = A clown's Christmas - Monti, Vittorio, 1868-1922|
Pl. no.: 103500
Keywords: Monologues with music (Orchestra)
|Behind the nightlight : "Hibbertoo," and other animals - Lehmann, Liza, 1862-1918|
Hibbertoo -- Kiddikee -- The blue Gueeze -- The Joe-jag -- Hitchy-Penny -- Bomblemass -- Stickle-jag -- The jonket -- The Gott family -- The mossip -- The lowdge -- The Jaat family -- Fat-tack -- How to find Hibbertoo
Keywords: Monologues with music (Piano)
|Hark! Hark! the lark! : and, O'er the sea, with, In the moon shower : recitation with obbligato for voice, violin and piano - Loomis, Harvey Worthington, 1865-1930|
For speaking voice with violin obbligato and piano
Keywords: Monologues with music (Voice with instrumental ensemble)
|Le juré; monodrame lyrique parlé, en cinq actes [de] Edmond Picard. Sept illus. hors texte par Odilon Redon. Couverture originale par Édouard Thiébaut. Partition pour voix et piano réduite par l'auteur - Thiébaut, Henri, 1865-|
Keywords: Monologues with music (Chorus with orchestra)
|Early Improvisations with Pauline Oliveros, Loren Rush, Terry Riley, and Others|
A series of improvisations, recorded around 1957, and featuring Pauline Oliveros, Loren Rush, Terry Riley, Laurel Johnson, Robert Erickson, and Bill Butler. The instrumentation for these five pieces is varied and unspecified, but seems to include piano, percussion, flute, and a trumpet, or some other brass instrument. The first improvisation is used as accompaniment for a lengthy monologue. These early experiments with aleatoric and improvisatory music serves as a valuable historical record chro...
Keywords: Music; New Music; Improvisation; Monologues with music
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|Diamánda Galás Live at the La Jolla Museum|
Recorded live on May 21, 1983 at the La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, Diamánda Galás performs her “Wild Women with Steak-Knives,” an avant-garde performance art work for vocals and live signal processing. Part of her 1981 album “The Litanies of Satan,” the piece features the operatic range and diabolic inflections of vintage Galás. With sounds that vary from hisses, to screeches, moans, hollers, spits, and stutters, all accompanied by minimal electronic manipulations and elaborati...
Keywords: KPFA-FM; Music; Avant-Garde; Performance art; Monologues with music
|Do It by Robert Erickson|
A recording of “Do It,” a 1968 composition by Robert Erickson in which words and phrases are used in a fashion that is reminiscent of the complex polyrhythms of of African drumming and the chaos of political campaign rhetoric. According to the composer in the program notes of a 1987 performance of the piece: “’Do It’ grew out of the sounds of the 1968 presidential campaign, the speeches of General MacArthur, television, radio and magazine advertising of that period; and a poem by Donal...
Keywords: Music; New music; 20th century classical; Monologues with music; Robert Erickson